USA - Bad Samaritan Sneak Peek Screening In Greater Philadelphia Next Weekend

US fans in the Greater Philadelphia area should not miss their chance next Saturday to get an early look at David Tennant's new feature film, Bad Samaritan. The much anticipated thriller will screen on April 28th from 8.30pm at Regal Cinemas Oaks 24, courtesy of Legion M, the world's first fan-owned entertainment company. So whether you're a PA resident or travelling in to visit The Great Philadelphia Comic Con at the weekend, you could be seeing the movie in the company of fellow fans a whole week before it officially hits US theaters!

To sign up for the event visit the Legion M event page - it's totally free, the organisers just ask for you to be there before 8pm. 

If you can't make it this Saturday, don't worry. Legion M will be organising and co-ordinating fan meet ups across the USA and Canada to coincide with Bad Samaritan's opening weekend from May 4th. There will be gift bags for attendees, opportunities for cosplay and the chance to watch the movie and experience all of the scares and laughs with a whole bunch of new friends! 

Check here to see whether a meet up is happening near you.

Bad Samaritan was directed and produced by Dean Devlin, the filmmaking legend behind the huge hits Stargate and Independence Day and the TV series The Librarians. The film centres on two parking valets, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, who are running a novel scam. While their customers are dining in the high class restaurant where they work, they are using their cars to locate their homes and rob the. All is going well untill they invade the home of wealthy businessman Cale Erendreich and discover a young woman chained and gagged in his office. Unable to free her they call the police, but all that serves to do is focus Cale's attention on them and a terrifying game of cat-and-mouse begins. Bad Samaritan was scripted by Brandon Boyce and also stars Kerry Condon and Jacqueline Byers. 

Bad Samaritan opens in theaters across the USA and Canada from May 4th